I just wanted to wish everyone a happy mother’s day. I hope you are all getting the love you deserve today. I realize this day might be difficult for some. Whether you’ve lost your mom, you’ve lost a child, or you want a child desperately and don’t have one. I just want you to know, that I see you and I’m sending you a virtual hug. Do something nice for yourself today. You deserve it too.
I don’t take for granted how blessed I am. I have two amazing little ones and I’m grateful that I was chosen to be their mommy every day. That’s not saying that every day is sunshine and rainbows, we’ve had our share of tantrums and tears. I
just make it a point each day to take a breath in and remember how lucky I am. One of my biggest pet peeves is fingerprints on the windows. I can’t stand them so I’m washing a few of the kid’s favorite windows almost daily. It’s during that time that I take a moment to look at their little fingerprints and remember that one day my windows will be clean, and this moment in time will be over. I wipe them away knowing that for now, they’ll be back tomorrow.
In honor of ALL the women and mother’s in our lives, I’ve collaborated with some very talented Cozy Authors to bring to you a mother’s day Cozy collection!
Pour your self a cup of coffee, sit back and relax today. The windows can wait until tomorrow.
Jennifer Temple, a stay-at-home mom, investigates a mysterious house fire that results in the deaths of two of her neighbors.
The truth is hidden…
Will she find it before bathtime?
In honor of Mother’s Day, meet Marsha, Sunny Truly’s mom. Marsha doesn’t like her daughter’s new job as a rookie private eye. She was so proud of Sunny being a history teacher but then that awful You Tube “incident” got Sunny fired.
Now, Marsha has a lot more to worry about — like her daughter’s penchant for solving mysteries and encountering creepy killers.
Professor Molly is battling morning sickness,
a meddling mom,
and the unwanted “help” of the Student Retention Office.
The last thing she needs on her to-do list is a murder.
Katie, a single mum to a 10-year old Julia, has her hands full with a part-time police clerk job, a few cleaning gigs and paper crafting with her daughter when life throws her yet another curveball. She finds the body of a cleaning client stabbed with a crafting tool, and becomes one of the suspects.
Katie has her own ideas about who the real murderer is, but the lead inspector won’t listen.
Can she dig up the evidence before another victim drops dead? Or will she take the fall for a crime she didn’t commit?
Click to find out what Katie will do.
Megan Cassidy has raised her only daughter with the help of her cousin and best friend after her husband’s sudden death years ago, and the two have always been close. But now Emma is ready to head off to college, leaving Megan with a big house all to her self. But Emma has a solution, and before she leaves, the young woman brings home a new addition named Barney. Barney is not merely a new pet, but he is trouble! And soon the beagle is sniffing out mysteries, helping Megan find the clues and answers. It all started so innocently…
When Nelson Dingler is found dangling from a chandelier—feet-side up—Grams Dingler determines to find her son’s killer. Can Olive help her best friend save her feisty grandmother from suffering the same fate? And can the Cold Cream Shop survive while Olive psyches out the killer?
Contains a recipe for heavenly lavender lemon honey soap.
Until next time!